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The Turks and Caicos Islands are a magnificent archipelago of forty islands, located in the Caribbean Sea. Just eight of those islands are inhabited and all of them are blessed with natural beauty.
You will find numerous white powdery beaches, crystal-clear shallow waters and amazing coral reefs. Caicos Islands are the larger group of islands, while the Turks Islands are consisted of the Grand Turk, Salt Cay and a few other uninhabited small cays. The Turks and Caicos have been a favorite getaway of the rich and famous people, looking to relax in a quiet environment. The islands offer exclusivity, luxury and comfort like nowhere else in the Caribbean.
Turks and Caicos Islands have a beautiful tropical climate, affected by the mild northern trade winds. Average year-round temperatures range between 25 C and 30 C. The dry season is between December and April, while most of the tropical storms occur between July and November.
There are many heavenly beaches to be found on Turks and Caicos. The sand is white and soft like powder, and all beaches are unrealistically beautiful. Grace Bay is famous for its romantic long beaches, Governor`s Beach is extremely popular, while great wide beaches can also be found in Middle and North Caicos. There are also many private spots where you can enjoy all by yourself. One of those places is Little Sand Cay, which is an extremely small island made only of beaches and a few tropical palms.
Besides great beaches, Turks and Caicos are also known for their fabulous coral reefs. The Turks Islands, Providenciales, South and West Caicos all are famous for the attractive coral reef formations and unbelievably clear waters. Marine life is very rich in the area and here you can spot all kinds of sea species, including large sea turtles, manta rays, colorful fish, eagle rays and dolphins.
In addition to beaches and coral reefs, there are many historic attractions and interesting parks to be found inlands. Cheshire Hall is an attractive colonial plantation to visit where you can learn more about the history of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Grand Turk is the largest island where you can visit the charming capital of Cockburn Town. There you can admire the colonial architecture of the buildings dating from the 19th century, visit some museums and a few very nice restaurants. Providenciales is an island with a lively atmosphere and lots of luxury hotel resorts, a few great seafood restaurants, plenty of beach bars, many wonderful beaches and amazing coral reefs. Turtle Cove is one of the most attractive places to visit there, as well as the Princess Alexandra National Park. Those that want to escape crowds should visit the tiny island of North Caicos, where you can admire flamingoes and other bird species. On this island there are a few kilometers of deserted beaches where you can fully relax. Another popular spot on North Caicos are the attractive remains of the Wade`s Green Plantation dating from the 18th century.